The Cryorig 'Taku' Slim Desktop PC Features Ample Space for Components

By: Michael Hemsworth - Jun 6, 2016
References: cryorig & geeky-gadgets
At first glance, the Cryorig 'Taku' slim desktop PC looks like a set top TV box, but it's only after a closer inspection that users can see that it's indeed ready for computing action. The Cryorig 'Taku' goes against the current design aesthetic in the PC market that focuses on cylindrical design. The Cryorig 'Taku' is meant to be placed directly on a desktop instead of below and setup with a monitor resting on the top portion.

Strategically placed slots on the top portion of the Cryorig 'Taku' slim desktop PC enable cords to be fed out of the case without having to make USB or other ports inherently obvious. The Cryorig 'Taku' case is currently in the prototype phase with the product expected to release in 2017.